Report: 24,000 Voter Registrations Have ‘Issues’ in Single Florida County

The stakes in the 2020 presidential election could not be higher. Voter turnout will be crucial for both parties, which has raised serious concerns about possible illegal voting.

And one year out from the election, a new bombshell report has proven that President Donald Trump was correct about illegal voting taking place in America’s elections.

An audit by a nonprofit group found that nearly 24,000 voter files in Florida’s Palm Beach County have been flagged because of issues that include registrations in multiple states, double voting, voting on behalf of the dead, and registrations by “apparent” noncitizens.

“The issues found indicate that efforts at list maintenance over the years have either been lax, inconsistent, ignored or ineffective,” the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) stated in a November report.

Palm Beach County, where nearly 967,000 voters were registered as of Nov. 1, was criticized after the 2018 midterms for failing to complete state-mandated recounts by the deadline.

The South Florida Sun Sentinel reported:

The PILF report conducted on Florida’s elections systems found weaknesses already “baked into the voter registry” need to be addressed.

It found more than 20,000 registrations, for example, of voters who were also registered in New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. PILF didn’t cross check the data with other states.

Of the double registrants, 225 “apparently voted twice in 2016, 2018, or both,” the report stated.

Also, more than 2,200 active registrations matched records of apparently deceased people, based on the Social Security Death Index. Of those, more than 100 “actually cast ballots in recent elections in Palm Beach County after their dates of death.”

Moreover, the audit revealed 413 voters were registered twice, and “some” also voted twice.

Here’s why this is important

One of the largest counties in Florida — a major swing state in presidential elections — found 24,000 illegal registrations after just one audit.

Consider how many other counties in Florida could potentially have illegal registrations, which may allow thousands of people to double vote.

Now think about this: Trump won Florida in the 2016 election over Hillary Clinton by 112,911 votes.

Imagine if several other counties have tens of thousands of illegal registrations that could allow people to double vote.

That could have a huge impact on who wins the state in 2020.

A few months ago, it was also reported that at least 1.59 million “inactive” and “illegal” registered names were on voter rolls in one California county.

Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit to have them removed in the County of Los Angeles, and the state of California agreed in court to have them removed from the voter rolls.

For context, the County of Los Angeles alone has more people registered to vote than 41 states in the U.S.

Judicial Watch notes that Los Angeles County has over 10 million residents. Research suggests that California may have more than 3.5 million such registered voters.

That would surpass the margin of Hillary Clinton’s popular vote advantage over Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

And at least 1.59 million “inactive” and “illegal” registered names will be removed from the voter rolls.

This is a very serious issue that affects the entire nation – not just California.

American voters could lose the ability to hold a free election if voter fraud isn’t reversed, and Democrats are doing absolutely nothing about it.

The cases in California and Florida proves Trump’s point when he said that millions of people – who had no legal right to vote in America – cast a ballot in the 2016 presidential election.

And it may happen again in 2020.

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